Sunday, July 2, 2017

"Dreamers" Worried? American Dreams Matter, So Do American Dreamers

The media--that is, the large, wannabe corporate gate-keeper liberal press--is dedicated at all points to ensure that the American audience continues to feel sorry for the children who were brought to the United States with by their illegal aliens parents.

The President of the United States has not repealed DACA yet, but the rest of the country the ones who came to this country legally or who were born here -- are getting tired of waiting.

We want to see American children, all Americans put first, and the rule of law restored in its entirety.

There should be no more pity for the men and women in this country today who had come as children.

Illegal is illegal, and the children who are in this "plight" are not the problem of the United States government or its financiers, aka the American taxpayers.

President Trump issued a statement late in April, in which he made it clear that his priority was the violent criminal illegal aliens.

The non-criminal illegals (?) would not have to worry.

But the good news for all of us enforcement advocates?

The young "non-violent" illegals are not resting easy at all!

From NewsMax:

Young immigrants protected by executive action from deportation say they won't "rest easy," even if President Donald Trump said they should.

Good! They shouldn't. I say shame on the young yet growing class of young illegals who think that the United States owes them something.

This country has blessed these young illegals--let them go to their home countries and make the world a better place.

Nearly 800,000 people who were brought to the U.S. as children and are living in the country illegally qualify for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. They've been dubbed "dreamers."

I am fed up with the word "dreamer" being so notoriously abused. Dreams are for American citizens, not for illegal aliens.

Trump told The Associated Press on Friday that his administration is "not after the dreamers, we are after the criminals."

OK ... but sooner or later the young illegals need to go. They are not getting any less radical or arrogant.

Si se puede DEPORT!

But many say those comments won't assuage their fears, particularly after the recent deportation of a 23-year-old immigrant who qualified for deferred deportation.

Juan Escalante is a 28-year-old who was brought to the U.S. from Venezuela at age 11. He told the AP Friday, "I don't think anyone should feel comforted."

GREAT. Then leave already.

American dreams matter, and American DREAMers matter. Nothing should get in the way of that.

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